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bark. the three-pound bundle of energy is all business on the job. that's him at a crime prevention event. paw to paw with his trainer. smaller pooches can only enlist as sniffer docks now. officers say they don't have the strength to perform other duties. they also have a short attention span. about half the focus of larger dogs. at this police dog tournament, we spotted plenty of canine hopefuls, easily distracted and easily scared. there-pound essay just shuddered at the site of our camera. they may not have the bite to compete with the big dogs, but these adorable balls of fur are trying their hardest to prove they're every bit as fierce and reliable. for "nightline," i'm akiko fujita in japan. >> my daughter's got a three-pound morkie. we're going to sign him up in japan. thank you for watching abc news. we do hope you check in on "good morning america." we are always online at abcnews.com. and jimmy kimmel is next. have a great weekend.
of youthful energy. it's really inspiring. >> reporter: speaking of inspiration, taylor's new album "red" released october 22, is inspired by a familiar theme. love. she's already released one track, a take on love gone wrong "we are never ever getting back together." ♪ we are never ever ever getting back together ♪ >> reporter: it shot to number one on i tunes in 32 countries. setting records along the way. this morning on "gma" she debuted another song. >> the song we're releasing this week is the title track "red." ♪ >> reporter: you're the number one earning star 30 years old or younger, beating justin bieber, lady gaga, all of them. reportedly $56 million last year. that's a lot. >> reporter: does it feel a little intimidating sometimes or not? >> what part of it? >> reporter: it's big. >> it just doesn't feel that -- it doesn't feel like a weight. there are times when it gets really busy and i get intimidated by all of it but most of the time i'm able to really go back to that place where it feels balanced. >> reporter: are you a worrier? >> yes. i worry about like everything
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